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Shaman King Vol. 3: The Lizard Man

Shaman King Volume 3

The Lizard Man
An old enermy gets an upgrade when a ghost possesses "Wodden Sword" Ryu--the spirit of Tokagero, "the lizard," a bandit from feudal Japan! Back in action with a new body to abuse, Tokagero is out for revenge against the samurai who killed him 600 years ago--Amidamaru! And when Amidamaru is in danger, that means trouble for Amidamaru's spirit medium, Yoh! Meanwhile, a strange comet hurtles towards the earth, foretelling a prophecy of rebirth or doom!
Hiroyuki Takei
187 Pages
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Shaman King Vol. 4: The Over Soul

The Over Soul

Shaman King Vol. 4

The "Shaman Fight in Tokyo" is approaching, and talent scouts are scouring the world for contestants. Who's doing the scouting? The Patch, the Native American people who have overseen the Shaman Fight since the dawn of time. But to try and fail means more than just a sharp put-down: if Yoh can't beat Silva and his five animal spirits, he won't get another chance for 500 years! As shamans, wizards and holy folk gather for the preliminaries, Yoh finds himself matched up with his first real opponent, Horohoro--a powerful young shaman representing the oldest culture in Japan!
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